Business leaders looking for a second thought on Brexit.

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Goldman Sachs CEO, Mr. Lloyd Blankfein stated that he along with other CEO’s in the UK are concerned about the possible consequences of the U.K. leaving the E.U. and questions if a second vote is necessary to make sure consensus remains.

London has been the doorway to the EU for years now, many international companies have invested in the UK and are now facing severe business decisions to make. Now that the clock is ticking and the impact of leaving the EU is around the corner, many businesses question whether or not to remain in the Uk or move to different options for their European Headquarters. Luxemburg and Frankfurt are among the favorites, but what will happen with all the investment and the current workforce in the U.K. remains uncertain.